Practicalities for the USI community

Maternity / Paternity matters

Important information for parents and future parents concerning

  • rights and entitlements
  • leave (maternity leave, paternity leave, leave for adoption and a child’s illness)
  • administrative steps
  • contact persons at USI
  • family allowances and other financial and non-financial support

is set out – with other details – in the publication The family is getting bigger, produced by the Equal Opportunities Service.

 

 

In-house regulatory framework for maternity / paternity matters

 

Academic staff

The in-house framework for maternity / paternity matters is set out in the Regulations on the general terms of employment for academic staff.

 

Administrative staff

The in-house framework for maternity / paternity matters is set out in the Regulations on the general working conditions of administrative, library, technical and auxiliary staff - Collective Employment Agreement.

 

PhD students

The in-house regulatory framework for maternity / paternity matters is set out in:
- the PhD Study Regulations of the various faculties governing study leave (ArcComEcoInf) - all PhD students;
- the Regulations on the general terms of employment for academic staff, which govern the professional aspects - only doctoral assistants.

 

Bachelor and Master students

The in-house framework for maternity / paternity matters is set out in the Study Regulations of the various faculties (ArcComEcoInf), which govern study leave and supporting documents.

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Updated on: 14/02/2019